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AND SON AT CAMBRIDGE, AND WILSON AND SON AT YORK.

1810.

C. WHITTINGHAM, Printer,

Goswell Street, London

CONTENTS.

VOL. XIV.

36

Page

T:

THE Author's Life, by Dr. Johnson

3 To the Duke of Marlborough.

35

Dedication

7 Truth in Rhyme

Of Verbal Criticism

9 | To the Author of the preceding Poem

37

Verses presented to the Prince of Orange on The Discovery: upon reading some Verses,

bis visiting Oxford, in the Year 1734

11 written by a young Lady at a Boarding-

Verses occasioned by Dr. Frazer's rebuilding school, September, 1760

ib.

Part of the University of Aberdeen

12 Verses, written for, and given in Print to, a

Prologue to the Siege of Damascus

ib. Beggar

38

Epilogue to the Brothers, a Tragedy, by Dr. The Reward : or, Apollo's Acknowledgments

Young

ib. to Charles Stanhope

ib.

Prologue to Mr. Thomson's Agamemnon ...... 13 Tyburn : to the Marine Society

39

Impromptu, on a Lady, who had passed some Zephir; or, the Stratagem

41

Time in playing with a very young Child... ib. | Edwin and Emma

43

Epigram, on seeing two Persons passity in Extšact of*a[etuer froin the Curate of Bowes
very different Equipages

ib. in York fire, 'on the Subject of the preced-

Epigram on a certain Lord's Passion for a ing Poeń.:..

44

Singer ...

ib. On te Death of Lady Anson. Addressed to
A Simile in Prior, applied to the same Perşon. ib. her Father, 1761...

ib.

On an amorous old Man

14 |A funeral Hymn.

45

On I. H. Esq.
ib. Tu Mira. From the Country

ib.
A Fragment....

ik. A Winter's Day. Written in a State of Me-

Copid aod Hymen; or, the Wedding-Day ib.

lancholy

46

Epigram. Written at Tunbridge Wells, 1760. 16 | Prologue to the Masque of Britannia

ib.

An Ode in the Masque of Alfred

ib. Inscription for a Picture

47

The Excursion: a Poem, in two Cantos.

Song. To a Scotch Tune-Mary Scot

Canto I.

ib. To Mr. Thomson, on his publishing the second
II.
21 Edition of his Poem, called Winter

ib.

Amyntor and Theodora : or, the Hermit. In William and Margaret,

48

three Cantos.

Epitaph, on Mr. Aikman, and his only Son,

Preface

24 who were both interred in the same Grave. ib.

Canto I.

25 Epitaph on a young Lady .....

ib.

II.

28 Song. To a Scotch Tune—the Birks of En-

a

IU.

31 dermay

49

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ODES ON SEVERAL SUBJECTS, IN TWO BOOKS,

VI. To William Hall, Esquire, with the
Works of Chaulieu

113
VII, To the right reverend Benjamin Lord

114
Bishop of Winchester

97

I. Preface

VIU.

115

II. No. I. For the Winter Solstice .. ib.

IX. At Study

ib.

II. On the Winter Solstice

98

X. To Thomas Edwards, Esquire, on the

III. To a Friend, unsuccessful in Love 99

ib.

late Edition of Mr. Pope's Works

IV. Affected Indifference. To the same. ib.

XI. To the country Gentlemen of England.. 116

V. Against Suspicion

99

XII. On recovering from a Fit of Sickness, in

VI. Hymn to Cheerfulness

100

the Country

117

VII. On the Use of Poetry

101

XIII. To the Author of Memoirs of the House

VIII. On leaving Holland

ib.

of Brandenburgh

118

IX. To Curio

102

XIV. The Complaint.

ib.

X. To the Muse

104

XV. On domestic Manners. (Unfinished.]... 119

XI. On Love. To a Friend........

ib.

Notes on the two Books of Odes

ib.

XII, To Sir Francis Henry Drake, Bart.... ib.

XIII. On Lyric Poetry

105 Hymn to the Naiads

121

12S

Notes on the Hymn to the Naiads.....

XIV. To the hon. Charles Townshend. From

the Country...

106

XV. To the Evening Star

107

INSCRIPTIONS.

XVI. To Caleb Hardinge, M. D.

jb 1. For a Grotto

126

XVII. On a Sermon against Glory.

108

II. For a Statue of Chaucer at Woodstock. ib.

XVIII. To the right honourable Francis Earl III. Whoe'er thou art, whose path in sum-

of Huntingdon......

ib.

mer lies

ib.

IV. O youtlıs and virgins: O declining eld. ib.
V. Gulielmus III..

ib,

I. Remonstrance of Shakspeare, supposed

VI. For a Column at Runnymede

ib.

to have been spoken at the Theatre-

VII. The Wood-Nymph

127

Royal, while the French Comedians VIII. Ye powers unseen, to whom the bands

110

were acting by Subscription........

ib.

of Greece

II. To Sleep

111

IX. Me though in life's sequestered vale ib.

111. To the Cuckow

ib. An Epistle to Curio.......

ib.

IV. To the hon. Charles Townshend. In the Love. An Elegy

130

Country.......

...:112 A:Bdust Plrdippic.

131

V. On Love of Praise...

... 713 Isuun t Science..

132

BOOK II.

Page

Page

An Epistle to Mr. Pope, from Rome, 1730 174 Addition, extempore, by Earl Hardwicke...... 184

To Lord Hervey. In the Year 1730. From Letter to Earl Hardwicke: occasioned by the

Worcestershire

ib. foregoing Verses ..............

ib.

Advice to a Lady, 1731

175 | Hymen to Eliza

ib.

Song. Written in the Year 1792.- -Wuen De- On reading Miss Carter's Poems in Manu-

Tia on the plain appears..

script

ib.

Song Written in the Year 1733.

The heavy

Mount Edgecumbe......

hours are almost past...

ib. Invitation. To the Dowager Dutchess D'Ai-

Damon and Delia. In Imitation of Horace guillon.

185

and Lydia. Written in the Year 1732 ... ib. To Colonel Drumgold..

ib,
Ode in Imitation of Pastor. Fido. Written Epitaph on Captain Grenville

ib.

abroad in 1729

177 On God-Humour. Written at Eton School,

Parts of an Elegy of Tibullus. Translated,

1729.

ib.

1729. SO

ib. Some additional Stanzas to Astolfo's Voyage

Song. Written in the Year 1752.-Say, Myra,

to the Moon, in Ariosto

186

why is gentle love

178 To a young Lady. With the Tragedy of Ve-

Verses, written at Mr. Pope's House at Twic-

nice Preserved

ib.

kenham, which he had lent to Mrs. Gre. Elegy.--Tell me, my heart, fond slave of

ville. In August 1735

ib. hopeless love

ib.

Epigram -None without hope e'er lov'd the Inscription for a Bust of Lady Suffolk; de-

brightest fair

ib. signed to be set up in a Wood at Stowe,

To Mr. West at Wickham. Written in the

1732

187

Year 1740

ib. Sulpica to Cerinthus in her Sickness. From

To Miss Lucy Fortescue....

Tibullus. Sent to a friend, in a Lady's

To the same; with Hammond's Elegies ib. Name

To the same

ib. Sulpicia to Cerinthus .......

ib.

To the same

ib. Cato's Speech to Labienus, in the ninth Book

A Prayer to Venus. In her Temple at Stowe. of Lucan

ib.

To the same

179 | To Mr. Glover on the Poem of Leonidas.

To the same. On her pleading want of Time, ib. Written in the Year 1734 .

To the same

ib. To William Pitt, Esq. on his losing his Com-

To the same

ib. mission, in the Year 1736 ....

188

To the same. With a new Watch

ib. Prologue to Thomsou's Coriolanus. Spoken

An irregular Ode. Written at Wickham in

by Mr. Quin

ib.

1746. To the same

ib. Epilogue to Lillo's Elmerick

ib.

To the Memory of the same Lady. A Mo- Inscriptions at Hagley.

nody, A. D. 1747....

180 1. On a View from an Alcove

ib.

Verses making part of an Epitaph on the II. On a rocky fancy Seat

ib,

same Lady

182 III. To the Memory of Shenstone

ib.

Horace, Book iv. Ode iv. Written at Oxford, IV. On the Pedestal of an Urn

ib.

1725.....

ib. V. On a Bench

189

Virtue and Fame. To the Countess of Egre- VI. On Thomson's Seat

ib.
mont

183

ib.

ib,

ib.

......... 214

...... 217

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